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Neil Wick was given the honourable task of doing "the last
AdamCon presentation of this millennium."
This session concentrated on making graphics that load
efficiently on Web pages and the advantages of Cascading
Style Sheets for web page portability.
As delegates gathered for the official photo, a
sea of blue flooded the room with everyone in their
AdamCon 11 shirts and hats.
Many gathered around Ron Mitchell's
photo album to help identify past AdamCon delegates.
Ron's son Jeff (at lower left), attending his very first
AdamCon, looks on.
Another view of the gang checking out Ron's pictures
of past AdamCons. Clockwise from lower left are
Jeff Mitchell, Doug Slopsema, Rich Clee (?), Bob Slopsema,
Bart Lynch, Pat Herrington (leaning in closer to get a
better look), Richard Clee (I think), and Guy Bona.
The instant version of the official AdamCon 11 group
photo. Unfortunately, this picture cut off one person and
almost two, but many more pictures were taken, so there
should be a better one on these pages soon.
In the back row are George Koczwara (off the left edge),
Meeka Slopsema, David Luginbuhl, Ron Mitchell, Frances Clee,
Herman Mason, Bob Slopsema, Richard Clee, Judy Slopsema,
Doug Slopsema, Pat Herrington, Guy Bona.
In front are Jeff Mitchell, Murray McCullough, Rich Drushel,
Neil Wick, Dale Wick, and Bart Lynch.
Herman Mason and Rich Drushel scan the parking lot towards the
setting sun, while waiting for their ride to the traditional
closing night banquet.
If you check the background of this picture, you'll notice
that the Val-U Inn seems to be a very popular place for
The banquet this year was held at Barnaby's, who feature
excellent food served in attractive, cozy surroundings.
Somewhere in the revised schedule the mandatory "Passing
of the Banner" was temporarily overlooked, so this
was the first thing on the agenda after the crowd arrived
back after supper. Seen here (left to right) are Neil and
Dale Wick, representing next year's host city, Toronto,
aand Ron Mitchell and Bart Lynch, hosts of AdamCon 11.
Another picture of the lucky (?) recipients seems to confirm that
the torch has now been passed to the Adamites of Southern
Ontario. The exact location won't be known until the range
of accomodations can be confirmed, but it looks like we'll
see you all next year in Ontario!
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